Ghanaian man put in a condemned cell for mistakenly knocking down a pedestrian- Gospel musician shares sad story from her prison ministry

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Ohemaa Mercy has taken the gospel to prisoners and she has so encountered heart-wrenching stories of how some people end up behind bars have don’t know when their fates will be decided.

The award-winning singer has been using her outreach to spread the word of God and has inculcated prisoners into her programme via her radio shows.

She shared a brief background to outreach.

“I also have the prison ministry, and it’s one of the emotional parts of it(ministry) that I really love a lot. So touching. I preach on the radio. Amazingly I have lots of prisoners, I dont know how they do it, that listen to me. Especially when I’m praying on the radio and sharing encouraging words, it’s something that they encourage themselves with.”

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She also spoke about the essence of Grace for freedom and why people should be grateful for being free men.

“I remember when I went there in 2012, this gentleman had been condemned to prison. He was sharing a testimony where he knocked down a gentleman by mistake and ended up in the condemned prison. He doesn’t even know his fate. There are a lot of soul-touching stories that tell that anybody at all can end up there. It’s by Grace that some of us are moving and doing whatever we want.”

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SOURCE: www.Ghbase.com

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